Saturday, August 9, 2008


(pics courtesy of Blogtor Who)

David Tennant walked out of a performance of Catherine Tate's new play after Doctor Who fans started causing disruption, according to a report.

Tate, who played The Doctor's companion Donna Noble in the most recent series, is currently appearing in Under The Blue Sky in London's West End.

Tennant showed his support for his former co-star by turning up for a performance this week, but was reportedly horrified when Who obsessives began singing the show's theme and waving sonic screwdrivers."Fans had heard he was going to watch former Doctor Who star Catherine, so they turned up in force, complete with props," a source told the Daily Star. "He was very charming and friendly with them during the interval, but he was rightly disgusted when they disrupted her performance by singing the show's music and waving their sonic screwdrivers.

"Catherine is a pro, so she ignored them. But David knew the only way to stop them was by getting up and leaving."

Tennant is currently appearing in the lead role of a Royal Shakespeare Company production of Hamlet.

*****Now with all of these obsessive fans continuing to ruin everything for Tennant, they are going to ruin it for the rest of us if they continue to do these kinds of things!!! I know if I were Tennant I would say, "ya know enough is enough!!" and no longer care to portray the role of "The Doctor" and or have anything to do with Doctor Who all together!!! They had to ban any type of signings Doctor Who from Tennant at the theater portraying Hamlet because of their bombarding of him, and now they are ruining Tate's new project The Blue Sky!!! Tennant can not even go anywhere or do anything with out these obsessives flooding him!! So all you twits out there, KNOCK IT OFF BEFORE YOU RUIN IT FOR THE REST OF US!!!!!! THERE IS A TIME AND A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING!!!!!!***********JMCTIMELORD